Nicholas Carr talks about the history of paper and how we read digitally. Nautilus Magazine
What we’re learning now is that reading is a bodily activity. We take in information the way we experience the world—as much with our sense of touch as with our sense of sight. Some scientists believe that our brain actually interprets written letters and words as physical objects—a reflection of the fact that our minds evolved to perceive things, not symbols.
Apps and Tech
Apps are on the rise, possibly because they match the way our brain works. Wired UK